Ever since Pam Cheney (Cheryl Ladd) lost her baby during labor, she has been struggling with depression. She is not only supported by her loving, but hard working husband Sean (Robert Desiderio), but also by her friends Ella (Polly Draper) and Terry Sabin (D. David Morin), who have also lost a baby at age three. One year after labor, Pam decides to finally take a proposal to adopt a toddler. Going through official agencies proves unsuccessful, partly due to Pam's age, partly due to the growing demand of adoption. She is advised to take care of an orphaned teenager instead, but Sean refuses this option.
Writer:Vickie Patik (teleplay), Christopher Canaan (teleplay), Vickie Patik (story)
Ever since Pam Cheney (Cheryl Ladd) lost her baby during labor, she has been struggling with depression. She is not only supported by her loving, but hard working husband Sean (Robert Desiderio), but also by her friends Ella (Polly Draper) and Terry Sabin (D. David Morin), who have also lost a baby at age three. One year after labor, Pam decides to finally take a proposal to adopt a toddler. Going through official agencies proves unsuccessful, partly due to Pam's age, partly due to the growing demand of adoption. She is advised to take care of an orphaned teenager instead, but Sean refuses this option. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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miranda (nl) wrote: want to see it so much
Sarah H (fr) wrote: Considering who all is in it, I'm surprised I had never really heard of it. It might be because it was a little strange too. Seriously? Talk of being someone's reincarnated wife? Really? At least they go and make that seem less wacky but then they bring out Robin Williams to talk to Susan Sarandon and he's apparently in a coma? It's a bit much with that but at least it turned out to be a decent holidy movie. Had your holiday message and it seemed less crazy by the end of it....kinda.
Sherry (es) wrote: Good thriller in a crazy way the psychiatrist had taken on a bit more than heshould of a real twist at the end.
Mary B (ca) wrote: Too weird an ending.
Grant T (br) wrote: A very boring rendition of a classic tale...
Mitch S (ag) wrote: John Boorman's Excalibur is a hauntingly beautiful, mythopoetic, cinematic masterpiece based on an interpretation of the Western World's premier hero, King Arthur. No other film, in my opinion captures the essence of the legend of Arthur better than Excalibur. If the purpose of great film is to temporarily dispel disbelief but also transport us to another world, this is without a doubt the one film that does that best in the Fantasy Genre.This film goes beyond silver swords and brave heros. Its gives us a classic Wagnerian tragic hero in all its glory, beautifully portrayed and aligned with the dark music of Richard Wagner's Ring Cycle operas. The combination of great acting, perfect story-telling, and fantastic music makes this film a one of a kind experience. There are so many BAD films made the past 30 years that cover the genre of medieval warriors....honestly I cannot name any that come even close to Excalibur.The one reason it achieves what it does, and in such a brilliant fashion, is simply because it does a great job at story-telling.....it simply tries to interpret the "myth of Arthur"....not the factual Arthur. The modern audience wants to live inside that story and myth, be wrapped in its dark mist....not count the links in chainmail. The greatness of Excalibur is it seems to be one of the few films that understand all that and allow the directly and script to take the fantastic liberties needed to transport us into the "other" world of mytho-poetic story-telling. Many movies today have lost the ability to portray the romance, grandeur, and the imagination behind these myths and legends. Its why you see so many 1 and 2 star movies here for movies in this fantasy genre the past 10 years. So, if you want to live in the world of Arthur and feel the legend of Arthur on film, definitely try Excalibur. Its one of my all-time favorite films!
John Y (us) wrote: A really interesting narration of the effort to create Doctor Who, and the people who made it the longest running science fiction television show of all time.
April G (ag) wrote: This is not a horror movie, although it was miscategorized as one on Comcast, so if you watch it hoping for "scares or thrills" check out a movie in that genre instead. This, however, is an incredibly poignant and engrossing film! Absolutely the best acting and best script I have seen in years! I am SO impressed by Kevin Smith and this entire cast! This is the tragic story of our generation, brutally honest as Kevin Smith shoves a mirror in the ugly and terrifying face of this depraved nation we call America. Bravo!
Tim W (ru) wrote: I actually really liked it. The acting was good and the story was interesting and the ending was pretty good. I haven't read the books so I'm going solely off the movie. Nothing really new or unique though. 6.5/10